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the more the merrier

used to say an occasion will be more enjoyable if a lot of people are there: "Do you mind if I bring a couple of friends to your party?" "Not at all - the more the merrier!"
(Definition of the more the merrier from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “the more the merrier”
in Chinese (Simplified) 人越多越有意思…
in Chinese (Traditional) 人越多越有意思…
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